red week

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red week (plural red weeks)

  1. (marketing) A week that is in high demand because it is in a holiday high season. Especially used in time-share, but not limited to this industry.
  2. The name given to a week of industrial unrest which occurred in June, 1914 in the Italian provinces of Romagna and the Marche.

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